It's a creative space.


The EnVision Arts and Engineering Maker Studio at UC San Diego is a hands-on, experiential education facility where visual arts and engineering communities converge. The nearly 3,000 square foot studio provides a wide range of design, fabrication and prototyping tools, both analog and digital.

An Important Note Regarding Access to EnVision Maker Studio:

  • At this time, access to the maker studio is only available for students working on class projects.
  • All students must show a current "symptoms survey" green check when entering the space.
  • No eating or drinking is permitted in the maker studio.  
  • All other campus-wide rules governing indoor facilities apply.

Getting started:

All undergraduate engineering students as well as undergraduate and graduate visual arts students have access to EnVision. To use the resources in the lab, go to the Student Portal (link at top of page) and fill out the Responsibility Contract. You will receive a confirmation email once you have been granted access. Access to trainings for specific machines is also available through the Student Portal.


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